2 – Shinji Kagawa
The Japanese play-maker had a warming return to Dortmund. Despite their poor league form, his presence in the European games has been key to Dortmund’s victories overseas. Fast, agile and genius, his ability to split the defence with his tormenting through balls will be something young full-back Calum Chambers will need to get used to, as he aids his attackers with such elegant prowess. Aesthetically pleasing to watch, it will be hard to take if the BVB player scores, which will inevitably happen as he used to play for United. His second-striker role means he will play further forward for Klopp’s men, and it must be Arteta’s job to deal with the space this attacking midfielder likes to operate in.